Controversy grows over punishments for four PolyU students involved in ‘democracy wall’ protest as lawmakers, unions, governing council member and former city leader CY Leung all have their say

//Controversy grows over punishments for four PolyU students involved in ‘democracy wall’ protest as lawmakers, unions, governing council member and former city leader CY Leung all have their say

Controversy grows over punishments for four PolyU students involved in ‘democracy wall’ protest as lawmakers, unions, governing council member and former city leader CY Leung all have their say

Heavy punishments meted out to two Polytechnic University students who clashed with school officials over a bulletin board known as the “democracy wall” were warranted, a governing council member said on Saturday, likening their protest to triad-style action.That came as a group of pro-democracy lawmakers called on PolyU to cancel the punishments against the pair and two other students involved in the protest, and urged the school to reconsider the nature of education.The city’s former leader…

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